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Android Auto's first major overhaul turns the interface into a sexier system with a cleaner menu and more controls placed in user-friendly portions of the screen. Additional information surfaced as Google's annual developer conference progresses, including details of its availability, its new capabilities, and measures that the company is taking to address privacy concerns. A key feature will be the functionality to switch from one device to another in just a few seconds, allowing gamers to take their games with them wherever they go.

The Google Pixel 3A starts at a price of $399 or Rs 39,999 while the Google Pixel 3A XL is priced at $450 or Rs 44,999. However, if and when the next generation of Assistant does come, it will likely set a new standard for voice assistant responses and actions within the home. Proposals being weighed by lawmakers would limit how Google, Facebook Inc and other internet companies track consumers and distribute information.

However, this year's Google I/O featured Google CEO Sundar Pichai announcing that the Tech Giant is working on introducing Duplex to Web. A not-insignificant number of Android users may even prefer the feel of the Pixel 3A's plastic to the slippery, more fragile glass of the Pixel 3.

The conference will be held in Mountain View, California. Google plans to update important OS components in the background, similar to the way apps are updated.

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If you want to see all of this and more, check out the next links where you can watch the event live. Pichai explained why Google is confident that it can leverage more from AI without private data leaving a user's device.

"The central focus of the release is security and privacy", Stephanie Cuthbertson, director of product management for Android, said on stage. It gets a new user interface (UI) along with added features.

The Nest Hub Max, which will also support Google Photos, YouTube TV and other AI applications, is to be priced at US$229 when it launches in the US, UK, Australia and other markets at this summer.

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